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hierarchy of structures
chemicals,cells,tissues,organs,systems,organism
Integumentary system
protection
skeletal system
protective framework
muscular system
motion
nervous sys
fast control
endocrine sys
slow control
cardiovascular sys
transportation
Immunolymphatic sys
defense & collection of excess fluid
respiratory sys
02 & CO2 gas exchange
digestive sys
food breakdown & elimination
urinary sys
acid-base & fluid regulation
reproductive sys
produce new human organism
anatomic position
standing erect,palms forward,thumbs extended,bilaterally symmetrical
superior(Sup)
towards head
inferior(Inf)
towards feet
hierarchy of structures
chemicals,cells,tissues,organs,systems,organism
Integumentary system
protection
skeletal system
protective framework
muscular system
motion
nervous sys
fast control
endocrine sys
slow control
cardiovascular sys
transportation
Immunolymphatic sys
defense & collection of excess fluid
respiratory sys
02 & CO2 gas exchange
digestive sys
food breakdown & elimination
urinary sys
acid-base & fluid regulation
reproductive sys
produce new human organism
anatomic position
standing erect,palms forward,thumbs extended,bilaterally symmetrical
superior(Sup)
towards head
inferior(Inf)
towards feet
hierarchy of structures
chemicals,cells,tissues,organs,systems,organism
Integumentary system
protection
skeletal system
protective framework
muscular system
motion
nervous sys
fast control
endocrine sys
slow control
cardiovascular sys
transportation
Immunolymphatic sys
defense & collection of excess fluid
respiratory sys
02 & CO2 gas exchange
digestive sys
food breakdown & elimination
urinary sys
acid-base & fluid regulation
reproductive sys
produce new human organism
anatomic position
standing erect,palms forward,thumbs extended,bilaterally symmetrical
superior(Sup)
towards head
inferior(Inf)
towards feet
anterior(Ant)/ventral
towards front
posterior(Post)/dorsal
toward back
medial(Med)
toward midline of body
lateral(Lat)
away from midline of body
proximal(Prox)
toward trunk
distal(Dist)
further from trunk
superficial
nearer surface
deep
farther away from body surface
ipsilateral(Ipsi)
on same side of body
contralateral(Contra)
on opposite side of body
bilateral(Bil)
on both sides of the body
unilateral(Uni)
only one side of the body
supine
lying face up
prone
lying face down
lateral recumbent
R or L SL'ing
Appendicular region(skeletal)
UE(upper extremity/appendages/shoulder-pectoral girdle)
LE(lower extremity/limb/appendages-pelvic girdle)
Axial
head,neck & torso/trunk
Ventral cavity is located and houses...
towards the front,thoracic/chest cavity and abdominopelvic cavity
Thoracic cavity houses..
the lungs in the pleural cavities-
heart w/i pericardium
heart & thymus gland & esophagus w/i mediastinum
Dorsal cavity houses...
the cranial cavity and spinal cavity
Coronal/Frontal plane
ant & post(front & back) views
-may not always be equal
Midsagittal plane
symmetical medial or lat views
Parasagittal plane
non-equal med or lat views
Transverse/Axial plane
sup & inf parts/views-not always equal
Oblique planes
on the diagonal-various degrees
palmar/volar-ex. of what anatomical directions & where?
palmar/volar synonyms for palm of hand
Plantar/dorsal-ex. of what anatomical direction & where?
bottom /top of foot
radial/ulnar-ex. of what anatomical direction & where?
lateral/medial forearm
cavity is a ...
hollow space